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Daily Playoff Rundown - 6/3/10

by chewy 3. June 2010 08:50
 

4 Stars

#1 - Claude Giroux (F - PHI) - Giroux netted the game winner in overtime to get the Flyers back in the series.  He also assisted on 2 goals earlier in the game.  Giroux now has 9 goals and 20 points in 20 games.

 

#2 - Scott Hartnell (F - PHI) - Hartnell scored on a deflection and setup Briere with an impressive pass for a 2-point night.

 

#3 - Danny Briere (F - PHI) - Briere had a goal and an assist for the Flyers, putting him 2nd in league scoring.  He's making a late push for the Conn Smythe Trophy, as he's now the Flyers leading goal and point getter.

 

#4 - Patrcik Kane (F - CHI) - Kane ended his scoring draught with a break away goal in the third.  He also got an assist in the game.

 

Player Notes:

  • Antti Niemi played well, despite giving up 4 goals in the game.  He stopped 28 of 32 shots.
  • Michael Leighton was adequate in the contest, stopping 24 of 27 shots.
  • Andrew Ladd was back practicing with the team but did not suit up for the Hawks in game 3
  • Jonathan Toews had an assist last night, but still hasn't scored a goal in the series.  He remains the league leader in points with 27

 

Conn Smythe Update:

No reason to change the favorites just yet, but Briere is making a case if the Flyers can comeback to win:

1. Antti Niemi

2. Jonathan Toews

3. Danny Briere / Chris Pronger

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